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York Minster is a cathedral located at church house, Deangate, York YO1 7HH which is one of most transcendent York Minster is a cathedral located at church house, Deangate, York YO1 7HH which is one of the finest medieval buildings in Europe with its impressive structure decorated by architectural gothic featuresIt’s total height reaching a staggering total of 88.5 feet or 27 meters to vault which is the equivalent of the height of an eight-story building and that’s just the interior! The length of the cathedral is 525 feet almost 160 meters and a width of 249 feet also 76 meters slightly wider than a football pitch!It took approximately 250 years to build York Minster from 1220 and 1472 the present gothic-style church was designed to be the greatest cathedral in the kingdom. To erect the cathedral William delegated his own bishop, Thomas, who by the end of the century had built a great Norman cathedral on the site.In 1984 the cathedral had a devastating fire costing the community 2.25 million pounds worth of damage, however, more than 30 firefighters helped in Deangate on that night and they managed to safely remove the window that is valued at 2.7 million pounds with the help of minster police and other minster staff. Thanks to this it is now a working cathedral and it still operates in its original purpose but now attracts 610,159 visitors a year from other communities as the church’s religion is AnglicanismBy Neal Batchelor and Domantas BrazenasIt’s total height reaching a staggering total of 88.5 feet or 27 meters to vault which is the equivalent of the height of an eight-story building and that’s just the interior! The length of the cathedral is 525 feet almost 160 meters and a width of 249 feet also 76 meters slightly wider than a football pitch!It took approximately 250 years to build York Minster from 1220 and 1472 the present gothic-style church was designed to be the greatest cathedral in the kingdom. To erect the cathedral William appointed his own bishop, Thomas, who by the end of the century had built a great Norman cathedral on the site.In 1984 the cathedral had a devastating fire costing the community 2.25 million pounds worth of damage, however, more than 30 firefighters helped in Deangate on that night and they managed to safely remove the window that is valued at 2.7 million pounds with the help of minster police and other minster staff. Thanks to this it is now a working cathedral and it still operates in its original purpose but now attracts 610,159 visitors a year from other communities as the church’s religion is AnglicanismBy Neal Batchelor and Domantas Brazenas